There is a lot more coming to Research in Motion's next batch of Blackberry phones than just a new operating system.
Not one to leave a sinking ship, Research in Motion has just pumped out three new versions of its entry-level Blackberry Curve device.
The Blackberry smartphone brand will finally be revived at the end of the month.
What you are looking at here is what could very well be Research in Motion's last chance to prove its relevance in the smartphone market.
Research in Motion has just lifted the veil on two new versions of its most recent Blackberry phone.
Blackberry maker RIM is finally ready to introduce new smartphones to the market.
Microsoft's search platform will now become an integral part of RIM's Blackberry mobile OS.
Mirroring a report from Nielsen last week, the latest numbers from respected mobile industry tracker Comscore show that Android is now the most popular smartphone platform in the country, putting an end to the seemingly unbeatable Blackberry operating system.
Only about 16 months after joining Research in Motion to help bring life back into the Blackberry company, chief marketing officer Keith Pardy has reportedly put in notice that he plans to leave.
Look outside - is it raining cats and dogs? Are pigs flying? If so, then this latest rumor, which suggest Research in Motion is considering bringing Blackberry Messenger to other mobile platforms, may be true.
The latest information suggests Research in Motion's Blackberry tablet, the Playbook, will be released on April 10 but it's unclear at this point which carrier will be the first to offer mobile data services for it.
Research in Motion has already said it will make its upcoming Playbook tablet compatible with Sprint's high-speed 4G network, but now the company has also confirmed it's working on versions that would work with Verizon's and T-Mobile's new spectrums.
If there was ever any doubt of just how dominant Android has become in the mobile space, there's a new rumor circulating that should just about seal the lid on any such debate.
After being told it had to prevent encrypted e-mails being sent over Blackberry mobile servers, Research in Motion has come forth to say it simply cannot comply with that request.
Research in Motion is folding to government pressure in Indonesia, where the company faces complete shutdown of its Internet service unless it begins to censor pornographic websites.
The latest numbers are in for the mobile phone market, and even though most of the statistics historically don't change all that radically in the span of a few months, there's no other word to describe the cataclysmic shift happening with RIM and Google.
While Research in Motion's upcoming tablet isn't gaining a whole lot of buzz, the news at CES that Sprint will release a 4G version of it in several months is starting to turn some heads.
Research in Motion's iPad competitor, the Blackberry Playbook, was back in the news this week for all the wrong reasons. And now the company is striking back, saying reports over the device's poor battery life are false.
In a move to get more people interested in developing for its upcoming tablet device, Research in Motion is offering a free Playbook to anyone who submits an app for the gadget and gets it accepted.
Despite the fact that there are twice as many people who want Android and iPhone as those who want Blackberry, the latter platform is pulling in more usage than any of its competitors.